4K-5th grade families are invited to participate in (CO)OPERATION LEARN on Thursday, April 27th from 5:00-7:30 pm at Prairie View Elementary School. Join us for a free pizza dinner and some fun family activities. Free childcare will be provided for younger family members. 4K-5th grade students must attend the event with an adult. Every child will receive a free book. Click HERE to register.
The registration deadline is Friday, March 31st. If you prefer to participate in the activities only and not the meal, no registration is required. Activity-only participants may arrive at 5:30 pm. Thank you to our sponsors: East Troy Community School District, East Troy Elementary Parent Teacher Organization (PTO), and the Pickwick Inn.
It is recommended that student's names be placed in all coats, hats, sweaters, jackets, lunch boxes and backpacks. If you’re missing an item, please visit the lost and found tables located on the east wall of the cafeteria. Unclaimed items will be donated to a charitable organization.
Yearbooks On Sale Now
Yearbooks are on sale now through Thursday, January 19, 2017. The cost is $13 each. Yearbooks can be purchased online via Family Access or you can send a check/money order in a clearly-labeled envelope to school with your child. Checks can be made payable to East Troy Elementary Schools and should be made separate from food service, field trip, etc. money.
If you are unsure if you purchased a yearbook, all current year fee activity can be found on Family Access in Fee Management. Remember, every parent has a Family Access account. Click here for more information.
Yearbooks will be delivered in late May. After January 19, extra yearbooks are not guaranteed and the cost will be $15 each, if available.
Prairie View Elementary is 2016 WI PBIS Network School of Distinction
Wisconsin PBIS Network has recognized Prairie View Elementary School as a School of Distinction for the 2015-16 school year.
Little Free Library at Prairie View Elementary School
The Little Free Library is now available at Prairie View Elementary School. It’s a “take a book, return a book” place where the community can share their favorite books. The Little Free Library is full of books where anyone may stop by and pick up a book (or two) and bring back another book to share.
The Little Free Library was made and installed by high school students in Mr. Holle's class.
To donate gently used books for the Little Free Library, please drop off books at the school office or contact Mrs. Patterson, Instructional Media Center Specialist, at 262-642-6720 x3238.